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Tips & Resources by Brent Baxter on April 26, 2017


The publishers and A&R reps on Music Row don’t want YOU to tell them what your song is about. They want YOUR SONG to tell them what your song is about. Your song needs to be self-contained and self-explanatory. After all, if your goal is to get your songs on the radio or on an album, it has to stand on its own.

How many songs get a spoken explanation on the radio or a playlist? Yeah... that's what I thought.

Don’t let your introduction of “I wrote this song about..." or "I wrote this song because...” become a crutch to prop up your songwriting. Make sure your song stands on its own.


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